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The Maria Santa Teresa is definitely a hidden gem in Rio. The neighborhood is unlike what most associate with the city, and the property provides breathtaking vistas from its perch high in the hills. It's location affords a pleasant escape from the hustle and bustle...More
The Maria Santa Teresa sits on the very top of the colonial-bohemian neighborhood of Santa Teresa with a breathtaking view on downtown Rio. The house doesn t look spectacular from the outside and the design of the rooms is not exactly funky but everything works,...More
Fantastic views from the city, clean, great breakfast, very helpful staff, good restaurants near by. There´s a terrace with a nice pool, great to relax and get a good night's sleep. Highly Recommended.
What a wonderful B&B away from the noisy Copacabana e Ipanema beaches. This place has everything a big chain hotel in Rio can offer but the rooms are much bigger and it's less than 5 minutes taxi ride from the bohemian district of Lapa. Providing...More
Room and common areas were clean and nicely decorated. The pool is a nice place to relax and see the city. Staff was pleasant, if not delightful. Would recommend with the following notes. The breakfast is good, but pretty light. There is a lot of...More
$2,546 - $2,672 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Santa Teresa is a bohemian enclave hosting many local artists’ studios. The narrow, winding streets of this neighbourhood were revitalised years ago, and visitors can now stroll through this area to view magnificent mansions dating back to the late 19th and early 20th century. A highlight not miss: Museu Chacará do Céu, a former mansion turned museum which houses works by prominent Brazilian modern artists.